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ashbourne, United Kingdom
September 12, 2010
From journal Around Down Under
Cary, North Carolina
January 19, 2006
From journal Sydney - Where Music and Fireworks Float
Mont Albert North, undefined, Australia
April 13, 2004
The cruise lasted two hours and 30 minutes and took us around to Darling Harbour (beautiful at night) and out towards the heads. It turned at Watsons Bay, I guess because night tours only work where there are some city lights!
we enjoyed the cruise (and the food) so much that we went back for a second trip. This time it was the coffee cruise, which went all the way up the upper reaches of middle harbour to show us the $1 million+ mansions. Actually, some were over $30 to $40 million dollars. We were staggered not just by the prices, but by the fact that so many people had so many millions to spend on housing! We thought we had found our dream house until we heard the price and found out how they had to get down the hill to their houses!
If you are taking a cruise on Sydney Harbour, we found Captain Cook cruises to be a good value. The pace is slower than the catamaran cruisers, but we thought that was better. Time was not critical. The night cruise was romantic (hehehe).
From journal Sydney for Easter 2004
Sheffield, United Kingdom
February 12, 2005
There was a commentary on board which pointed out all the highlights, including the apartment block in Darling Harbour where Russell Crowe is supposed to have an apartment.
From journal Australia - The Land Down Under